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Juliet - Half-face Blush/Surprise

*~ Fourth Iris Petal ~*

S-Sir Cain...

I cannot stop thinking about you. Every time I even glance at you my heart beats so fast, so full of emotion - this uncontrollable sensation, this feeling...I've felt it once before.

I think...No, I am certain I'm in love with you. I want to be with you always. Even if you don't return my feelings, I... I can't deny mine for you.

[ ooc: Affected. In lurve with Cain Hargreaves and following him all around the Opera Abandoned, blushing and making nervous attempts to talk to him. XD; ]


Wrap me in your wings...like...like before?!

Was THIS the man that...no, no, she said she's been her for days, she couldn't...

Unless...unless she was lying to me.

...I...ah...e-excuse me, sir...I...

J-Juliet? I thought...
So help me, if there is one more interruption...

Yes, sir?
Oh, are you likewise honoured with the acquaintance of the Lady Juliet?
Ah...y-yes, I...I suppose you could say that.
Ah, really? She seemed so alone when she first arrived. I'm glad we could offer her the shelter of the Opera House--she seemed to take to it right away.

But, if you'll excuse us now, we were about to leave for a walk around the gardens in Xanadu. We should leave before it gets much darker though we shan't be back until well after dark~
Did she...?

No! Sir, please...I...I must speak with her. Please. I...I just need to...clear up a misunderstanding. Th-then you...if she wishes to go with you, you can take her anywhere you please. ...But I do request that you be a gentleman with her, wherever you may go.
Of course. I can be patient I think. I hope your misunderstanding is quickly resolved, mister...?

I am always a gentleman.
Ah...Romeo. You can call me Romeo. And you are...?

I should hope so.
Romeo? A pleasure to meet you, Romeo. And she's Juliet. Hmm.

Lord Cain Hargreaves.
Well then, Lord Hargreaves...thank you for your patience. This...this should only be a moment.
...Excuse me, Lord Hargreaves, but...may I ask you to delay your meeting with Juliet until tomorrow? I do not believe she is feeling well enough today to go out.
Are you certain? She seemed quite well to me. If she isn't well, a walk might do her some good--better than being trapped in this dusty theatre.

But perhaps she could tell me herself?
...Sir. You are a nobleman, and you claim to be a gentleman. Surely you would agree to waiting a day to ensure that Juliet is not affected by this...curse?
Damn. And here I'd been hoping you didn't yet know about those. Ah, do you think she is so affected? I certainly hope not. I don't yet know her well enough to judge, but I'll trust you, sir, since you also know her.

Of course. I'll be glad to wait a day, or two, or even rescind my suggestion of a walk entirely if only to cut my losses--I'd rather not make enemies, thank you. But still, if, when the Lady Juliet is feeling more like herself, she still wishes to take a turn about the park, I shall be more than happy to walk with her.
She has...no memory of things that I know happened. And she does not quite seem to be herself, so...yes. I do believe she's been affected.

If she still wishes to go with you even after midnight tonight, then I will be happy to allow her to, and I wish you both a pleasant time.